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Emergency Survival Pack - Sandy reality check

 
trailingedge
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Emergency Survival Pack - Sandy reality check
In the aftermath of superstorm Sandy, which has devastated many parts of the East coast, it's a good eye opener as to be prepared for emergencies with regard to first aid and natural medicine.
There are a LOT of people in New York City right now who wish they would have thought about emergency medicine before the superstorm hit. Right now, they are prisoners of Manhattan Island, unable to leave the city and unable to acquire supplies. There is no power, no subway system, no emergency response services and no 911 capacity to speak of.


CHECKLIST ITEMS:

* Aloe Vera - Can be used as a topical antibiotic as well as a treatment for burns and skin issues. Can be consumed internally (the gel only) for digestive support and to help eliminate intestinal issues.

* Activated charcoal - As a dietary supplement, activated charcoal can be a true lifesaver. It absorbs poisons!

*Baking soda - This simple but miraculous substance has a multitude of uses in personal health and even treatment of many conditions including gout, arthritis, and even some cancer tumors.

* Wound clotting products such as Quik Clot.

* Cayenne pepper tincture - An amazing first aid substance with applications for boosting circulation and even helping heart attack victims.

* Gauze and bandages: You can never have too many, it seems.

* Rubbing alcohol and hydrogen peroxide: Both are super cheap to acquire and have very long shelf life. Both can help clean first aid tools or even light wounds.

* Medical adhesive tape:

* A good quality emergency knife, preferably a rugged folding knife with a combo serrated edge.

* Tweezers and safety pins: These will be handy in a variety of situations.

* Safety razor blades.

* Cotton-tipped swabs.

* Colloidal silver liquid - Absolutely the single most important first aid item for long-term preparedness and survival. Can be used on the skin as well as internally.

* Colloidal silver gel - A combination homeopathic / silver solution for topical use.

* A tourniquet.

* Natural sugar source to treat hypoglycemia such as coconut sugar because it lasts much longer than processed white sugar.

* A magnifying glass.

* Non-electric thermometer.

* Sturdy sewing needle and thread.

* High-quality natural soap.

* Collapsible water container (like a camp sink).

* Have a waterproof container to hold all these first aid items.

The above information was taken from Natural news [link to www.naturalnews.com]
Of all the pointers listed, they have provided links as to where to source the items.

Be prepared, be safe.
hf

Last Edited by trailingedge on 10/30/2012 10:23 PM
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Re: Emergency Survival Pack - Sandy reality check
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Re: Emergency Survival Pack - Sandy reality check
pick up a couple of Israeli bandages. u can find em at gun shows.....
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Re: Emergency Survival Pack - Sandy reality check
pick up a couple of Israeli bandages. u can find em at gun shows.....
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why are these special?
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pick up a couple of Israeli bandages. u can find em at gun shows.....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23011194


why are these special?
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It's an all in one compression bandage for severe bleeding. Around $7 or $8 bucks. It's got the non stick gauze backed up by heavier gauze and a stretch wrap material to secure it.
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pick up a couple of Israeli bandages. u can find em at gun shows.....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23011194


why are these special?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1267095


It's an all in one compression bandage for severe bleeding. Around $7 or $8 bucks. It's got the non stick gauze backed up by heavier gauze and a stretch wrap material to secure it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23011194


Thanks hf
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pick up a couple of Israeli bandages. u can find em at gun shows.....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23011194


why are these special?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1267095


It's an all in one compression bandage for severe bleeding. Around $7 or $8 bucks. It's got the non stick gauze backed up by heavier gauze and a stretch wrap material to secure it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23011194


Thanks hf
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Re: Emergency Survival Pack - Sandy reality check
WOMEN'S PADs for wonds and cuts do just fine!!!
AND LOTS OF DUCK TAPE
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WOMEN'S PADs for wonds and cuts do just fine!!!
AND LOTS OF DUCK TAPE
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25130922


How about a portable water filter?

Such as a manual pressure-fed Katadyn. Or a small gravity-fed Berkey?

Last Edited by MindShaft on 10/31/2012 12:43 AM
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"water, water ... everywhere; but not a drop to drink"
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Re: Emergency Survival Pack - Sandy reality check
WOMEN'S PADs for wonds and cuts do just fine!!!
AND LOTS OF DUCK TAPE
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25130922


How about a portable water filter?

Such as a manual pressure-fed Katadyn. Or a small gravity-fed Berkey?
 Quoting: MindShaft


The filter is a great idea.
Or as alternative there are water purifier drops (iodine I think it is) or tablets...
Thanks for the contribution :-)
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Re: Emergency Survival Pack - Sandy reality check
WOMEN'S PADs for wonds and cuts do just fine!!!
AND LOTS OF DUCK TAPE
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25130922


How about a portable water filter?

Such as a manual pressure-fed Katadyn. Or a small gravity-fed Berkey?
 Quoting: MindShaft


The filter is a great idea.
Or as alternative there are water purifier drops (iodine I think it is) or tablets...
Thanks for the contribution :-)
 Quoting: trailingedge


Agreed!

Lugol's Solution of Iodine - a 1:2 mix of inorganic iodine and potassium iodide suspended in distilled/de-ionized water.

Usually either a 2% or 5% solution. A cheap, stable, powerful and inexpensive disinfectant.
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